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Who Will Write Our History

Who Will Write Our History is a movie starring Jowita Budnik, Piotr Glowacki, and Piotr Jankowski. Who Will Write Our History tells the story of Emanuel Ringelblum and the Oyneg Shabes Archive, the secret archive he created and led...

Other Titles
Kto napisze naszą historię, Chi scriverà la nostra storia, Quem Escreverá a Nossa História, Das Geheimarchiv im Warschauer Ghetto
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Documentary
Roberta Grossman
Roberta Grossman, Samuel Kassow
Piotr Glowacki, Jowita Budnik, Piotr Jankowski, Wojciech Zielinski
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Who Will Write Our History tells the story of Emanuel Ringelblum and the Oyneg Shabes Archive, the secret archive he created and led in the Warsaw Ghetto. With 30,000 pages of writing, photographs, posters, and more, the Oyneg Shabes Archive is the most important cache of in-the-moment, eyewitness accounts from the Holocaust. It documents not only how the Jews of the ghetto died, but how they lived. The film is based on the book of the same name by historian Samuel Kassow.

Comments about history «Who Will Write Our History» (14)

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Matthew Thompson

This is a great film. It is very important to me, because I am very concerned about the future of humanity. I'm a young man who has recently become a member of the global village of the future. I am now in my early 30's and I have been assigned to write a history of the future. I have no background in anthropology, but I am interested in what is to come. So, this is an important film. I would recommend it to anyone who is concerned about the future. I would also recommend it to anyone who is not interested in history, but is interested in the future of humanity.

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Rebecca H.

I was very impressed with this documentary. I have never been a huge fan of the "alt-right" but this documentary made me understand why they are so loathed. It's not just about Donald Trump, it's about how they are so hateful, and why they do so much damage to society. The fact that this documentary was made in the middle of a Presidential election year made it even more important. It's a shame that a lot of people are so afraid of these people that they have no idea what they are doing. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about the alt-right.

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Sean B.

This movie doesn't have anything to do with the history of the family. The documentary on the family's struggle to survive in the Western Australian bush was more on how they got by. The family is a small group who are becoming something of a family in the bush. The movie seemed to show them through their language and how they use it. I personally liked this film. I would suggest that you go to the library or a public library and rent this movie. It is the only documentary I have seen that actually follows the family. I also found the movie quite moving and the documentary was kind of informative. It was also interesting to see how they used the language in the bush.

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Jacqueline George

I have enjoyed all of the books (even the 'pirate' one). The film is a good one, but if you haven't read the books you won't like it. I don't know if they will make another one, but I think they should do it at least in 2 parts. The film is very close to the books, but if you read them you will appreciate the changes.

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Mildred Hughes

Very interesting, but some parts are quite confusing. Also some parts are not clearly explained. If you want to learn more about the situation in Hungary, I recommend watching this documentary.

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Rebecca Alvarez

I find it hard to think of a good documentary, but that was not the case here. I have just finished reading the book, and it is very well written. The book has a lot of political elements, and I was a bit disoriented at first. But now I know exactly what the director had in mind. The audience is left in a lot of confusion as to why some people make the same mistakes that are being pointed out by Mr. DeSantis. Mr. DeSantis has a clear intention of showing the Bush clan as the bad guys. I do not think it is a right-wing propaganda film, it is more a documentary, but I do think it is a very good one, showing the Bush family as a family that is hard-working, devoted and loyal. The documentary is split into two parts, the first one being an overview of the Bush family's business, and their skills, and how they make money. The second part, is shown inside the Bush clan's home, and their lives. This part, is somewhat frightening, and is the most shocking part of the documentary. It shows how the Bush family deals with their personal problems. If you have not seen this film, you should. The last thing to mention is the musical score. It is an excellent piece, and I could not listen to it. All in all, I highly recommend this documentary, it is a good film that is worth seeing.

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Kenneth W.

While this movie is not a documentary, it was made as a docudrama. It is based on a real event. I saw the film at the Ontario Film Festival in October 2015, and I must say it was an entertaining film. I don't know whether to rate it any higher than 7 stars, but I think it was worth a watch. It's based on the journal of an occultist named Robert Langdon, who in 1804 wrote a book entitled "Paradise Lost". In the book, he describes in great detail the madness and cruelty of the Indian tribes, and they're responsible for what happened in Europe. It's a scary movie, and it shows the level of violence on the native people in Europe in the early 1800s. It's sad to see that in the 20th century, the native people were responsible for everything that happened in Europe. But at the same time, I think that the movie does a good job of showing the horror of the situation on the native people in Europe. It's a little bit scary, and it will make you think about the situation, and the culture that was around before it became a crime. And then it gives you a little bit of hope. I really enjoyed this movie, and I think that it is a very interesting story. It was a good story to show to people in the audience. It was very well made, and it kept me very interested. It was a movie that I think you will enjoy. The ending was good, and it gave you some hope. I'm not sure if it will be a good movie to show to people, but I liked it very much. I highly recommend it.

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Brenda Butler

A fascinating and fascinating documentary, "This Could Happen to You" tells the story of three young people in Colorado and Washington who, as teenagers, all were a little bit too young to get the right to vote, but who were willing to defy the law and go to jail if they didn't get the right to vote. Those three teens were sentenced to three years in prison, and were released in 2001. It is interesting to see the way young people and young adults are now, all too often, treated differently than the oldies, and have their rights violated in the name of national security. The subject of this documentary is one that is very interesting and timely, and has so many implications, especially in the current election cycle. It's worth seeing. But even if you are a libertarian or an anti-interventionist, it's still worth seeing, as is any other documentary you see.

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Tyler M.

I have not seen a documentary like this since I watched the one about the Vietnam War. This documentary is a real eye opener for anyone who has ever thought about their country and their role in it. I found myself agreeing with most of what was said. It is definitely worth seeing. I am really looking forward to seeing the movie. I think everyone should see this movie.

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I am a U.S. Marine veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. I went to see this film in its original format and I was impressed. I don't think I have ever seen a movie this truthful. There was a lot of documentary footage. There was also interviews with some veterans who were involved in the writing of the book and a couple of authors who were interviewed in the book. The interviews with the authors were very insightful. The film also showed how some veterans were trying to create a new history that they would have liked to have been a part of. The book was a success because it was not a historical book but a "memoir" and the book was a success because it was written by veterans. There was a lot of "history" in the movie. The veterans and the authors all shared their thoughts on the movie and the writing process. The veterans were very complimentary about the film. I also found the movie very interesting and the interviews very informative. I would recommend this film to anyone who has ever served in the military.

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Jennifer N.

A wonderful opportunity to see a movie with many of the voices of the past. Some of the names are long forgotten and some are more famous than ever. I liked the overall message. It is great to see a documentary that takes the viewer back to where America was and what made it what it was. An interesting look at the philosophy of the Founding Fathers.

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Grace Andrews

This is a very interesting documentary about the artists who, if not born into privilege, were often fortunate enough to have access to good education and an entertainment industry that rewarded their genius. It looks at a lot of the older artists who went on to be famous. It looks at the current artists who came from these older artists, like Bob Dylan, to play in the modern era. They talked to many of the artists, and had some pretty interesting things to say about the way that their art is perceived by the masses. The interviews were mostly well-researched and interesting. The main reason I liked the film is because of the interviews of the younger artists. These were the ones who got the recognition for their work. I think that it was a great documentary, and I hope that more people will get a chance to see it.

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The last time I was in South Africa, I was supposed to be an observer, but I ended up watching the whole thing. I was struck by the amount of time it took to get to a point. It is a long way, even for me, to get to the point of making the film. The film is going to be a disappointment to most, but for me it was well worth it. As the director, I felt that I had a great experience. I learned a lot and I was able to put it all in a film, so I will certainly be watching this film for years to come. This is a must see film for anyone, but more than anything I felt it was a great way to show the effect of apartheid on a very complex time in South Africa's history.

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Evelyn Payne

I thought the film was fascinating. At the end of it, I felt satisfied and satisfied I had seen a movie that was not just a propaganda piece for the Israeli government. It was clear that the Zionist organizations, like AIPAC, had a great influence on the American political system and I felt the film was very effective in showing that. It did not just show the influence of AIPAC, it also showed how the US government's influence on the American people was much stronger than the Israeli government. I think a lot of Americans should see this film to understand the background and the history of the Zionist movement. As it was, the movie left me with a feeling of "oh well, it was just a movie".